People: Markus Greiner

Professor of Physics
  1. F. Grusdt, M. Kanasz-Nagy, A. Bohrdt, C. Chiu, G. Ji, M. Greiner, D. Greif, E. Demler, Parton theory of magnetic polarons: Mesonic resonances and signatures in dynamics. Physical Review X, 8(011046), 2018.
  2. C. Chiu, G. Ji, A. Mazurenko, D. Greif, M. Greiner, Quantum state engineering of a Hubbard system with ultracold fermions. Phys. Rev. Lett. , 20(243201), June 2018.
  3. A. Mazurenko, C. Chiu, G. Ji, M. Parsons, M. Kanasz-Nagy, R. Schmidt, F. Grusdt, E. Demler, D. Greif, M. Greiner, A cold-atom Fermi-Hubbard antiferromagnet. Nature, 545, May 2017.
  4. H. Bernien, A. Keesling Contreras, H. Levine, A. Omran, H. Pichler, S. Choi, A. Zibrov, M. Endres, M. Greiner, V. Vuletic, M. Lukin, and S. Schwartz. Probing many-body dynamics on a 51-atom quantum simulator. Nature, 551:579-584, 2017.
  5. M. Kanasz-Nagy, F. Grusdt, D. Greif, M. Greiner, E. Demler, and I. Lovas. Quantum Correlations at infinite temperature: the dynamical Nagaoka effect. Physical Review B, 96(014303), 2017.
  6. M. Endres, H. Bernien, A. Keesling Contreras, C. Senko, V. Vuletic, M. Greiner, M. Lukin, H. Levine, E.R. Anschuetz, and A. Krajenbrink. Atom-by-atom assembly of defect-free one-dimensional cold atom arrays. Science, 375(6315), November 2016.
  7. A. Kaufman, M. Tai, A. Lukin, M. Rispoli, R. Schittko, P. Preiss, M. Greiner, Quantum thermalization through entanglement in an isolated many-body system. Science, 353:794-800, August 2016.
  8. M. Parsons, A. Mazurenko, C. Chiu, S. Blatt, F. Huber, G. Ji, M. Greiner, and D. Greif. Site-Resolved Imaging of a Fermionic Mott Insulator. Science, 351:953, 2016.
  9. M. Parsons, A. Mazurenko, C. Chiu, G. Ji, D. Greif, M. Greiner, Site-resolved measurement of the spin-correlation function in the Fermi-Hubbard model. Science, 353(6305), September 2016.
  10. P. Preiss, R. Ma, A. Lukin, M. Tai, M. Rispoli, K. Islam, M. Greiner, Ultra-precise holographic beam shaping for microscopic quantum control. Optics Express , 24(13), 2016.
  11. R. Ma and M. Greiner. Quantum gas microscopy with spin, atom-number, and multilayer readout. Physical Review A, 91:041602, 2015.
  12. M. Parsons, F. Huber, A. Mazurenko, C. Chiu, W. Setiawan, K. Wooley Brown, S. Blatt, M. Greiner, and W. Siawan. Site-Resolved Imaging of Fermion 6Li in an Optical Lattice. Phys. Rev. Lett, 114:213002, 2015.
  13. M. Greiner and J. F. S. Brachmann. Inducing vortices in a Bose-Einstein condensate using holographically producted light beams. Optics Express, 19:12984, 2011.
  14. M. Greiner. Interaction-induced orbital excitation blockade of ultracold atoms in an optical lattice. in press 2011.
  15. M. Greiner and A. Aspect. Phase sensitive measurements of order parameters for ultracold atoms through two particles interferometry. Phys. Rev. Lett., 106:115302, 2011.
  16. M. Greiner. Photon-Assisted Tunneling in a Biased, Strongly Correlated Bose Gas. Phys. Rev. Lett., 107:095301, 2011.
  17. M. Greiner. Quantum simulation of antiferromagnetic spin chains in an optical lattice. Nature, 472:307, 2011.
  18. M. Greiner and L. Poll. Probing the Superfluid-to-Mott-Instulator Transition at the Single-Atom Level. Science, 329:547, 2010.
  19. M. Greiner and A. Aspect. sensitive measurements of order parameters for uultracold atoms through two particlesinterferometry. Submitted 2010 2010.
  20. W. Bakr, J. Gillen, A. Peng, and M. Greiner. A quantum gas microscope for detecting single atoms in a Hubbard-regime optical lattice. Nature, 462:74-77, 2009.
  21. M. Greiner. A quantum gas microscope for imaging individual atoms in a Hubbard regime optical lattice. Nature, 462:74, 2009.
  22. M. Greiner and P. Unterwaditzer. Two-dimensional quantum gas in a hybrid surface trap. Phys. Rev. A, 80:021602, 2009.
  23. A. Gorshkov, L. Jiang, M. Greiner, M. Lukin, and P. Zoller. Coherent quantum optical control with subwavelength resolution. Phys. Rev. Lett., 100:093005, 2008.
  24. S. Foelling, M. Greiner, E. Demler, M. Lukin, A.M. Rey, and R. Sansarma. Preparation and detection of d-wave superfluidity in two dimensional optical. submitted to Nature Physics, cond.mat/0806.0166v1, 2008.
Thu May 2, 2019

Quantum state engineering of a Hubbard system with ultracold fermions

Accessing new regimes in quantum simulation requires the development of new techniques for quantum state preparation. We demonstrate the quantum state engineering of a strongly correlated many-body state of the two-component repulsive Fermi-Hubbard model on a square lattice. Our scheme makes use of an ultralow entropy doublon band insulator created through entropy redistribution. After isolating...
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Thu May 2, 2019

Probing entanglement in a many-body-localized system

An interacting quantum system that is subject to disorder may cease to thermalize due to localization of its constituents, thereby marking the breakdown of thermodynamics. The key to our understanding of this phenomenon lies in the system’s entanglement, which is experimentally challenging to measure. We realize such a many-body-localized system in a disordered Bose-Hubbard chain...
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Thu May 2, 2019

String patterns in the doped Hubbard model

Understanding strongly correlated quantum many-body states is one of the most thought-provoking challenges in modern research. For example, the Hubbard model, describing strongly correlated electrons in solids, still contains fundamental open questions on its phase diagram. In this work we realize the Hubbard Hamiltonian and search for specific patterns within many individual images of realizations...
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Tue June 19, 2018

Markus Greiner named 2018 Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellow

The Department of Defense announced the selection of 11 distinguished faculty scientists and engineers to join the 2018 Class of Vannevar Bush Faculty Fellows (VBFF).

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Fri September 13, 2013

Professor Markus Greiner receives the junior BEC Award 2013

A research collaboration including CUA investigators at Harvard.
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Sat September 5, 2009

Bose-Einstein Condensation 2009, Frontiers in Quantum Gases, San Feliu, Spain, 05 – 11 September 2009

The BEC conference is a biannual meeting which is regarded the most prestigious and competitive conference in the field of atomic quantum gases, featuring about 45 invited presentations. Several CUA researchers presented invited talks:
Tue July 14, 2009

APS and AIP Launch Virtual Journal of Atomic Quantum Fluids

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Past Events
Mon May 1, 2017 12:00 am

Scientific outreach through art: Markus Greiner collaborates on “Blue Sky with Rainbow”

Location:Art Gallery of Western Australia

Markus Griener collaborated on an outreach project through art with artist Julianne Swartz: “Blue Sky with Rainbow.” The installation is located at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, and is free to the public.

Prof Greiner built and installed the optical diffraction system for the installation.